Lush Glazes and Deep Patinas Complement Spring’s Awakening.
Teapot, $190, soup ladle, $95, sugar bowl, $85 (sold with creamer, not shown), and platter, $350, all by David Changar, Essentia. opposite, from left, soup tureen by David Changar, $285, Essentia; patinaed brass teapot chair by Jim Cole, $9,000, mobilia gallery; french harvest ladder made of fruitwood, $295, european country antiques; late-1800s french handblown wine jugs, $245 each, european country antiques.
Nothing Is More Welcoming Than a Room Accented With Copper and Orange.
Decoupage lamp by Susan Carson, $1,380, B.Hive; pencil chair by Jennifer Maestre, made of colored pencils and thread, $9,000, Mobilia Gallery; glass-and-silver bowl, $26, Nesting on Main; Cavallini hair-on-hide ottoman, price upon request, Edelman Leather; R. W. Stark Jr. painting, private collection of Kristin Paton (similar works available at the Stark Gallery, starting at $3,600); Hickory Business Furniture settee in all-grain leather, price upon request, Edelman Leather. Opposite, chenille-and-linen pillow by Dransfield & Ross, $250, Essentia; cut-glass decanter, $38, Nesting on Main; English -playing cards, $26, Nesting on Main; square plate, $24, HomeGoods.
Detailed Wood Textures and Burnished Tones Are Eternally Elegant.
Decorative box made of shell, shagreen (stingray), and palmwood by Ria and Yiouri Augousti, $258, Trove; carved, hoofed side table with gilt detailing, $795, Gerard’s; antique French settee from Marché aux Puces in Paris, upholstered in dragonfly-print silk fabric from Clarence House, $5,000 (fabric not included), Kristin Paton Interiors; woven burlap “grain sack” rug, $75, Nesting on Main. Opposite, handpainted silk panel with crackle lacquer and 22-karat gold-leaf frame by Dessin Fournir, $11,370, the Martin Group; FRENCH HARVEST Ladder, $395, European Country Antiques; handcarved and -handpainted wooden bird from Australia, $440, B.Hive; decorative garden boots made of hand-applied concrete layers in the turn-of-the-century French tradition, $384 for the pair, Janus et Cie; Iris bench with Macassar ebony by Rose Tarlow (shown with leather cushion), $10,110, Webster & Company.
Cobalt and Indigo Soothe the Senses at Any Time of Day.
English metal clock FACE with a small drawer through which hands can be wound, $2,895, European Country Antiques; blanket chest from the 1890s, includes a small lidded candle box, $695, European Country Antiques; crinkled-silk fabric, stylist’s own. Opposite, rippled throw, $59, HomeGoods; Thoreau Chair with hand-applied concrete, $1,802, Janus et Cie; handblown crystal lamps by British designer Lucy Cope, $2,995 each, B.Hive.
The Returning Sunshine Calls for a Dash of Yellow.
Brass-accented Striped hammer, made of purpleheart and yellowheart wood, by Sue Aygarn-Kowalski, $1,600, Mobilia Gallery; mouth-blown and hand-engraved Artěl crystal vase by Prague-based designer Karen Feldman, $528, Trove; handcrafted
ceramic butter house by Portland-based potter Brian Jones, $165, Essentia. Opposite, Rose Tarlow Tree mirror with antiqued glass in 22-karat gilt frame, $11,400, Webster & Company; sandblasted and handpainted wooden barrel chair by Formations, $4,020, Webster & Company; ocher-glazed French confit pots, designed to preserve duck meat by burying the unfinished bottom in cold earth, $395 each, European Country Antiques; beads, stylist’s own; Striped grosgrain pillow by New York–based Dransfield & Ross, $195, Essentia.
Produced by Rachel Slade
Photographs by Hornick/Rivlin
Styled by Nan Whitney